Time to AskNature.org – Ray of Hope Prize Finalists

The more companies that search for their business solutions in Nature, the closer we will all get to harmony with planet Earth!
a dry toilet

In this post:
Biomimicry is the practice of learning from and mimicking Nature
Ray of Hope Prize Program Finalist – change:WATER Labs
Congratulations to the Ray of Hope Prize 2020 Winner ECOncrete!
Look at these ideas! From Alexandre Magnin
…Remember at the bottom a list of other posts about Biomimicry

Biomimicry is the practice of
learning from and mimicking Nature
to solve human problems.

“Biomimicry is no longer just a new way to see and value nature, it is also our path to survival.”

Janine Benyus, co-founder of the Biomimicry Institute 
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Ray of Hope Prize Program

The Ray of Hope Prize celebrates nature-inspired solutions
addressing the world’s biggest environmental and sustainability challenges.

The $100,000 Ray of Hope Prize® helps startups cross a critical threshold in becoming viable businesses by amplifying their stories and providing them with equity-free funding. The prize shines a light on the innovative, nature-inspired solutions that we need to build a sustainable and resilient world.

Meet the 2020 – Ray of Hope Prize Finalists
Here is one of them: change:WATER Labs

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Chang:WATER Labs (cWL)s evaporative approach to “flushing” toilets mimics how plants use evapotranspiration to pull moisture from soil, releasing it as pure molecular water through stomata on their leaves. Inspired by nature’s recycling of waste into energy, cWL’s bio-battery uses symbiotic microbes to collaboratively consume and convert urine into electricity.

A new way to dispose of human waste – by evaporating out the water! This technology emerged from work done for NASA on wastewater recycling on the International Space Station, and is now being deployed in off-grid rural communities and refugee communities. Cambridge, MA


1:38 minutes How trees inspired a new way to dispose of human waste


>>>Our low-cost, portable toilets use a simple membrane to rapidly evaporate 95% of sewage without using any type of energy. This innovative technology provides homes with a working toilet, without the need for power or plumbing.
>>>The toilet is straightforward in design, meaning it can be adapted easily and is incredibly cost-effective to produce.
>>>The compact, contained, stand alone units can be dropped into any space quickly, and the ‘self-flushing’ technology works while being completely waterless and environmentally safe.
No water.
No power.
No plumbing.

Biomimicry in Practice
Time to AskNature.org

Congratulations to the 2020 Winner of the
Ray of Hope Prize ECOncrete!

If you do not believe that Nature can help us fix our problems, take a look at these ideas! From Alexandre Magnin

6:48 minutes – 5 amazing biomimicry examples providing real sustainability solutions | Architecture Building Energy – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FZ9Ryx5zAk

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What About The Bees? Back To Biodiversty.
Termite Eradication Naturally? …Ask WasteRush To Search
Slow Down ?? Yes – No, Changes Are Urgent , BUT…..

Time To AskNature.Org – Ray Of Hope Prize Finalists
—-Evaporative approach to toilets
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Practical, Efficient Way To Heal Ocean Habitat
Make ANY Water Drinkable – Nature’s Filter
Myco-Remediation – Decompose And Remedy

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